Monthly Archives: June 2014

Attack of the Mosquitoes

Unknown to the father of a Minnesota family, his young daughter had left a window and screen wide open in their home late one summer evening.  In the middle of the night the father was awakened by a cloud of mosquitoes. Still half asleep, and without turning on any lights, he quickly stumbled to a… Read More »

Don’t Let That Get in Your Way

Once upon a time, during an ‘unofficial’ high school outing, an incident occurred that will forever be remembered by the victim of a senior class prank. It was fairly common practice for upper classmen to initiate an incoming freshman by first kidnapping the unsuspecting prey.  They would then drive the victim a mile or two… Read More »

I Don’t Think he Could Have Been Speeding

An insured called his agent to inquire as to why their family auto insurance premium had increased.  An agency customer service person explained that, on the basis of the insured’s statements, the son was rated a principle operator of one of the family vehicles.  Further, the boy’s motor vehicle record indicated two chargeable speeding violations. … Read More »